10 offbeat places to visit in Greece

 Elafonisi is famous for the turquoise water and pink beach. Also, the city of Knossos is really close by.

 Zagoria is most popular for the Vikos Gorge, the second deepest gorge in the world. The deepest is the Grand Canyon, USA.

 Most tourists miss out on these beautiful stone bridges because either they don’t know about them or they simply get lost among the main attractions.

Home to the Church of Panagia Evangelistria, the most important monument for the Greek Orthodox Christians.

You walk when you are in the laidback Thessaloniki. Visit attractions like the White Tower, Roman Agora, the Arch of Galerius and the Byzantine Baths.

 The quiet suburb of Plaka is located close to the Acropolis of Athens. Here you’ll find uncrowded locality, beautiful cobbled streets and shops selling local handicrafts.

Spectacularly uncrowded beaches, great seafood and far from the rush of tourists, Paros is great for that quiet holiday you were dreaming about.

 Nafplio can easily be one of the most romantic places in Greece. Great location, good food and great architecture around town. Need we say more?

 Meteora Rock Monastery is one of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Sometime around the 9th and 11th century, monks decided to build a monastery atop huge natural rock pillars.

 One of the oldest cities in Europe, and home to the remains of the old Minoan Palace.